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Sep 29, 2010 2:30pm PDT
, just like a postage stamp. whether you send a letter to new jersey or virginia, it cost the same amount. levels of service at time of use are not differentiated. based upon our research, if you go to the bottom of that page, that is rarely ever used in power rate setting. you would imagine not a lot of proposals will be before you for that in late november and early december, nor before right fairness. however, in class differentiated, that is where we looked at residential demand verses commercial demand -- versus commercial demand, we can separate large businesses or so families or anything else. that is frequently used in water, waste water, and power setting. the next category of rates is two part rates. this is what you have now for the water bill, where we have a charge that represents 20% of the average bill related to fixed equipment and fixed capital costs. then there is an 80% volumetric where the more you use the more you are billed -- volumje metric where the more you use the more you are billed. tiered -- if you are a super user, it is there a way to structure a discount fo
Sep 28, 2010 4:00pm PDT
, he have 81 years. another letter to my neighbor, virginia. she's 85 years. he ask her to pay $671. another one, he owe them or he said he owe them over $1,000. another neighbor, and myself finally, he ask us to pay him money for what? i pay my rent. they pay their rent. something's wrong. somebody taking -- i must have courage to wake him up, not only him but the people here who are with him. i say it before, i say it again. you're never going to be the god of my building and you never give us paper as harassment. we have rights to sue the city, to hire some people like you. we want to know why you charge us for all this money. if you try to come out of, i have right to take it to courts and i have rights as i did before to -- as all the people in my building. i would like to tell to my friend, happy birthday. president chiu: thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors. don't accept money from the friends and foundation. you may be wondering in these difficult times out public library is doing. if all you care about it money, the public library is doing great. the libr
Sep 29, 2010 12:30am PDT
virginia takes a lot more cost and delivering mail to palo alto. that is a classic example for us delivering a lot of power to a big customer versus a little power to a household. there will be cost differences in uniform does not allow you to adjust. the other example would be energy efficiency conservation. if you charge everyone the same price, it is not a good policy lever because they are not provided incentive to conserve. what is interesting is we are looking at these different rate models and looking at the criteria the charter requires and are seeing how dependent upon the great design methodology that we looked at, and we are going to look at all of them -- rate design methodology that we look at, and we are going to look at all of them, there are going to be different advantages and costs. for instance, getting over to time of use and seasonally adjusted is not easy to communicate, but it allows us to possibly implement policy directives and policy issues that are important to the commission. the rates to be considered in early december specifically our retail, resident
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)